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SubjectRe: oom killer and its superior braindamage in 2.4
> 
> > If you read my post, the bug is that the kernel CANNOT kill that
> > process? Why? If it's really a bad process, shouldn't it be the one
> > that gets killed?
>
> > This is my question, and I don't see how the patch addresses it.
>
> And you won't see one, either. You cannot change the
> semantics of uninterruptible sleep, nor can the OOM
> killer change other device driver things.

So you're saying that a process can stay in the D state, without ever
getting enough resources to complete a single Uninteruptible wait, for
hours at a time?

Ok. Now I understand your patch. Thanks for the info.

You should push your patch to Marcelo.

Thanks,
David

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